Your Kia wiper blades are significant to your safety on the road. It works to clear your windshield of any dirt and debris. When it is stormy and raining, the water running down your windshield creates a mirage over your windshield, as a result, causing visual obstruction. Your car manufacturer installed windshield wipers to deal with this problem. This is why you must always keep your windshield wiper at optimal status, so driving in the rain never becomes an issue.
Maintaining Your Kia Wiper Blades
Many elements affect the durability of your Kia windshield. However, with the proper maintenance, it can last longer and perform better. On sunny days, when they sit outside for too long, they may break down. In colder climates, they tend to freeze and stick to the windshield. They may snap s you don’t defrost them before lifting them of the windshield. To avoid this situation, place a frost and sun shield between the wiper blades and windshield. Better still you can make a habit of lifting your wipers off the windshield if you will be leaving your KIA outdoors for longer periods. When you park without a car cover, dirt and debris may stain your windshield. Directly using your windshield on them may leave streaks on the glass or even break the rubber on the wiper blades. Pour excess vinegar on the windshield to soften the dirt before using your windshield wiper. You can also use vinegar on a clean towel to remove dirt before driving.